The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Tiger suicide raid sparks looting
Fifteen Tamil Tiger rebels were killed today when they attacked a naval base in southern Sri Lanka, triggering brief looting of minority Tamil shops in the area and dealing a fresh blow to a battered peace process. ...  | Read.. 
BA faces heat over cross bar
A British Airways employee who was banned from openly wearing a small Christian cross necklace fought for her job at a meeting with airline management yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
Pak officials pounce on impounded cars
Officials in the customs department and various ministries have started seizing 200 impounded Toyota Crown luxury cars for their own private use. ...  | Read.. 
Charles due, Pak to hang Briton
Pakistan sparked a row with Britain today after saying it would hang a British national during an upcoming visit by Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. ...  | Read.. 
China vows to expand rights
China’s ruling Communist Party promised to expand citizens’ political rights as part of a programme to tame rising social conflict, but insisted the party must main ...  | Read.. 
Salma Hayek, who was nominated for a best actress Oscar for her role in Frida, at an awards show in New York on Tuesday. (AP)
Costly ‘sister’ kiss
Dream elbow
Soldiers face trial
Rice stand
Haze airports
Peron burial
Beatle ‘wife-beater’
Paul McCartney vowed today to defend himself in court against accusations published in a British ne..  | Read.. 
Still friends despite kiss
Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston are still a couple despite tabloid press reports to the contrary ..  | Read..